Carnival of Space #19
Posted by Emily Lakdawalla
07-09-2007 12:17 CDT
Go check out this week's Carnival of Space, hosted by Fraser Cain over at Universe Today.
I've lately been remiss in pointing out new content on this site! This week's Planetary Radio featured an interview with Lawrence Rudnick, who found a big hole in the universe; last week had Doug Ellison, talking about the Europlanet conference; and the week before was Bill McKinnon on the present and future of the exploration of the outer planets.
Meanwhile, A. J. S. Rayl filed another rover update covering the rovers' recovery from the effects of the dust storm. And Amir Alexander reports that the Stardust@home project has now entered "Phase 2."
Finally, if you're going to be in New York on October 19, consider attending our awards dinner, Planetary Citizenship in the Next Space Age, featuring Neil Tyson and Bill Nye, with awards being presented to Mike Malin and Paula Apsell.
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